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  • "It's going to freeze," she would say, "the cat's dancing." - Colette

  • If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering, outspoken, honest fellow-but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much. - Philip Gilbert Hamerton

  • The cat is utterly sincere. - Fernand Mery

  • If you want to be a psychological novelist and write about human beings, the best thing you can do is keep a pair of cats. - Aldous Huxley

  • It (the Cheshire Cat) vanished quite slowly, beigninning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone. - Colette

  • Should ever anything be missed - milk, coals, umbrellas, brandy - the cat's pitched into with a boot or anything that's handy. - C. S. Calverley

  • Cats mean kittens, plentiful and frequent. - Doris Lessing

  • Pure herring oil is the port wine of English cats. - Honore de Balzac

  • Cleanliness in the cat world is usually a virtue put above godliness. - Carl Van Vechten

  • Unlike us, cats never outgrow their delight in cat capacities, nor do they settle finally for limitations. Cats, I think, live out their lives fulfilling their expectations. - Irving Townsend

  • No one can have experienced to the fullest the true sense of achievement and satisfaction who has never pursued and successfully caught his tail. - Rosalind Welcher

  • I shall never forget the indulgence with which he treated Hodge, his cat, for whom he used to go out and buy oysters, lest the servants having that trouble should take a dislike to the poor creature....I recollect him one day scrambling up on Dr. Johnson's breast, apparently with much satisfaction while my friend, smiling and half-whistling, rubbed his back and pulled him by the tail; and when I observed he was a fine cat, saying, "Why, yes, Sir, but I have had cats whom I liked better than this," And then as if perceiving Hodge to be out of countenance, adding, "But he is a very fine cat, a very fine cat indeed." - James Boswell

  • The more you rub a cat on the rump, the higher she sets her tail. - John Ray

  • If only cats grew into kittens. - R. D. Stern

  • A black cat dropped soundlessly from a high wall, like a spoonful of dark treacle, and melted under a gate. - Elizabeth Lemarchand

  • They say the test of literary power is whether a man can write an inscription. I say, "Can he name a kitten?" - Samuel Butler

  • Cats are a mysterious kind of folk- there is more passing in their minds than we are aware of. - Sir Walter Scott

  • But buds will be roses, and kittens, cats, - more's the pity.- Louisa May Alcott

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